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The Honolulu mayor is in the nation’s capital this week for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. He’s also meeting with federal officials about the city’s largest ever public works project.
A significant and fast-growing portion of white people now think of their white-people selves as a political group with cohesive interests.
The Hawaii congresswoman and former secretary of state were involved in a high-profile spat in which Clinton called Gabbard a “favorite of the Russians.”
Christine Pelosi, the speaker’s daughter, was in Honolulu promoting her new book about her mother and training aspiring political candidates.
The state senator who’s now running for Congress is no stranger to war. But he wants to restrict the president’s ability to take military action without the approval of Congress.
Legislators kicked off the 2020 session united with the governor to tackle the cost of living. The question is whether their bold ideas will become reality.
The immediate goal of the five-year plan is to increase the number of pre-K classrooms in the state by 100 a year.
In an unusual display of pre-session unity, top state officials and business leaders have largely agreed on a plan aimed at bringing down Hawaii’s high cost of living.
The state senator from Hawaii has yet to draw a big name opponent in the race to replace U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
Hawaii’s two representatives, both Democrats, were concerned about Trump’s decision to kill a top Iranian official without congressional approval.
The Hawaii congresswoman is poised to miss the debate stage for the second time in two months due mostly to her low poll numbers.